Takahiro Iwasaki, a visual Artist from Japan is known for manupulating common objects that we find at home and transforms them into designed sculptures. He uses tapes, threads of towels, socks and bristles of brushes. He carves the tapes, carefully assembles the threads and architectually re-constructs bristles. Iwasaki repurposes these things from ordinary to something more in his series titled, “Out of Disorder”.
The artist is from Hiroshima. He carefully awakens the senses of the viewers with each work of his. There are many opportunities for us to show art and he shows that. Iwasaki takes advantages of the strength of the materials which are often conceived as fragile and flimsy. Strings that he uses are ordinary yet they are able to mimic the powerful constructs like cranes and electrical towers. It is all in the method of using them.